Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by ximianKernel, Oct 9, 2013.
Thanks for posting this. :nod:
God help the attendance for this one
Charleston Southern at Colorad 11am PT/Noon MT, Pac-12 Networks
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crap- I work till 12:30
might as well get a ticket for one of the other games and take my wife or daughter to a game
So, there will be mimosas at Ralphie's Corral.
Shoot me now.
So now you've gotta wake up at 9 to pre-game?
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Hahaha its more my friends won't get up for the game but that does cause an issue as well.
Early games suck. I'll be there plenty drunk to watch a CU victory
I guess I'm one of the few that enjoys earlier games. Guess it isn't because I need an alcohol fix to enjoy Buffs football, although God knows I should these last few years...
A brunch sackygate. Gotta have one every year. The Fresno game was supposed to be at Noon, too. No big deal.
Hello from CSU
We will be attending the game and wondered if someone could provide some guidance.
Where are the visiting players' parents' tickets?
What are some "don't miss" attractions, restaurants, etc
Game day parking places?
Thanks in advance for any help.
The visiting team sections are 101,192 and maybe 103. Probably the best seats a visiting team can ask for since you not tucked into some upper level corner of the stadium.
As for don't miss attractions Pearl street is great. A hike through chautauqua park is beautiful. If you are feeling adventurous a drive into the mountains is always amazing. There are a fair number of microbreweries if beer is your thing. In Denver you have many museums, a us mint and even more awesome nature like red rocks park or even gambling in nearby Black Hawk.
For food it really depends on your budget and taste. Boulder and Denver have a growing food scene that is starting to garner some national attention.
If you want the CU college experience, you need to make it to "The Hill" and either The Sink or Half Fast for lunch/dinner. Pearl street is where the night life is; lots of bars, restaurants, and shopping. Public parking on campus is $20 and none of the lots are too far from the stadium. All of the close lots are donor lots so they are very expensive. There is also the "Pod G" lot for $10 if you don't mind taking a shuttle. http://www.cubuffs.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=600&ATCLID=205003849
Don't miss Ralphie running at kickoff and halftime. The marching band has a pep rally on the Pearl Street Mall at 7pm Friday night. Enjoy your time in boulder, there aren't really any college towns like it.
Mostly ick on early CU games. But I'm psyched they scheduled this one when they did. Navy Ball that night and won't be able to watch much football past 3 pm PDT.
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